Stand up and be counted at the National Equine Forum 

When Todd’s elderly, unwell owners began to struggle to give their much-loved cob the care he needed Blue Cross stepped in to help out. Through the charity’s innovative Home Direct Scheme they matched him with a perfect new home, giving him a safe future and giving his new owner Anna Causer, who lives in Wolverhampton, a great big smile!

Redwings Horse Sanctuary is providing love and care for an injured foal named Violet, who was found fly-grazing in Tilbury, Essex.

Carolyne Crowe, veterinary surgeon and Life Coach of the Year 2015, is running a special BEVA workshop for vets and all members of the practice team, to help them cope more effectively with the pressures of being in practice. The all-day session will be held at the Royal Veterinary College, North Mymms on Wednesday 10th February 2016.

With his long, flowing mane and beautiful dapples, little Cam could have trotted out of the pages of a fairytale. But this was far from the case when he first arrived at Blue Cross, as a thin, nervous and neglected youngster. His picture book looks won him plenty of attention at Your Horse Live last November when Blue Cross showcased him in the Redwings Rescue Village. Now he has found a life of contentment in a perfect new home in Cladswell near Redditch, where he is a dream-come-true for two young sisters.

Rafiki, a young cob rescued from a miserable life of fly grazing and neglect, has landed on his feet in his new home, thanks to Blue Cross. His new owner Margaret suffers with severe arthritis and following radical surgery earlier this year is now unable to walk and needs a power wheelchair. Rafiki has turned her life around. “He gives me a reason to get up in the morning,” she says.

Every stabled horse is at risk of lung irritation.  Reduced access to fresh air can affect the way the lungs work and compromise performance but WINERGY® Ventil-ate® has been proven to help. 

Redwings Horse Sanctuary is sending a serious warning to horse owners and firework enthusiasts as it remembers losing a much-loved horse after she was spooked by fireworks last year.

Equimins has added a new product to its Performance range of supplements – Vitamin E Oil.